It was a big week for Testronic in the UK recently, particularly with our commitment to promoting gender diversity in mind.
The London Games Festival took place for two weeks at the beginning of the month, providing both the industry and consumers with the opportunity to discover new games, learn more via a series of conferences and more.
The WIN 2019 conference was a highlight – an afternoon of comment, discussion and debate about women working in games and tech. Testronic was delighted to sponsor the event, alongside our friends at the Putting The G Into Gaming initiative, recruitment agency Amiqus and streaming innovator Polystream. Speakers included development legend Brenda Romero, G Into Gaming’s founder Liz Prince, Dionne Condor-Farrell (Transport for London), Adele Cutting (Soundcuts) and Michelle Rendall (Polystream).
And later in the week, Gamesindustry.biz announced the 100 Most Influential Women Working In Games. We’re delighted that our Head of Business Development – Games, West Europe Ann Hurley was featured in the list. Congratulations Ann!